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After Issuing a Fix for “Bricked” iPhones, Apple Appologises Over “Error 53”

iPhones that had had their home buttons replaced by third parties has been rendered useless by a software issues can now be fixed after Apple released a fix for the problems of “Erroer 53” that users were affected by.   Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint reader, which is part of the home button...

Bacteria Use Their Body To See

The visual capacity of bacteria is similar to human eye, although at a much primitive stage. From the first discovery of bacteria which took place about “340 years ago” until recent times, scientists have been perplexed as to how these microscopic creatures manoeuvre their ways, like humans do they...

AstraZeneca’s Durvalumab Treatment Receives Fast-Track Approval

The most of promising cancer drug developed by AstraZeneca, will speed up its research under FDA’s guidance. AstraZeneca’s “most promising” drugs for cancer treatment have just acquired an approval from the “fast-track US regulatory” whereby it can proceed with “a particular application” of this...

Mobile World Congress 2016: Virtual Reality Helmets and Premiere Smartphones

Mobile World Congress exhibition traditionally gathers all the best and new in mobile technology. Despite the fact that the show has not started yet, it is already possible to talk about what we can expect from the biggest event in the industry. Samsung At MWC 2016 exhibition, the South Korean...

US Government says Google’s Computers are the same as Drivers in Automated Cars

Google’s computers – rather than humans – should be defined as the “drivers” of a growing fleet of autonomous vehicles is what the tech company has managed to persuade the US government to agree to.   The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) has ruled that the...

Insects’ Present Their ‘Point Of View’ In 3D Vision

Scientists create a “visual perception” of Insects’ vision capacity. Scientists have proven now that insects have “3D vision”. In an attempt to confirm the same a team of scientists from “Newcastle University” fitted “tiny 3D glasses” of “old school” on praying mantises. Following the said process,...

The World's Largest Wind Farm To Be Built in the UK

The leading Danish energy company Dong Energy reported that it’s going to build a huge offshore wind turbines complex off the UK’s east coast by 2020. This project has already received approval of the British government, and will become the world's largest wind power plant with capacity of 1.2 GW,...

Jaguar To Present Its New F-Type SVR

F-Type SVR will be debuting at the motor show of Geneva this year. Jaguar’s all new F-Type SVR is set to be launched before the world, whereby the product will be debuting globally during the “Geneva Motor Show” and will continue to feature throughout the summer sale of 2016.   The F-Type...

Google And Lenovo Unveils Smartphone Technology Project Tango

Lenovo and Google choose CES 2016 to demonstrate the features of their upcoming Project Tango’s smartphone. Lenovo collaborates with Google to work on their first smartphone product that will be targeted on the basis of the consumers, whereby the project is titled “Project Tango technology” which...

The intelligence of the Venus flytrap

Researchers from the University of Würzburg have discovered an innate intelligence in the working of plants – specifically the Venus flytrap. If you keep a Venus flytrap as a pet and dutifully feed it on a daily diet of meat you would expect it to chomp away at the morsels and grow up to be a...
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